In today’s families, many fathers have the habit of smoking, perhaps due to work and social needs, or perhaps due to a hobby habit; Perhaps it’s because smoking can solve temporary worries. No matter what the reason is, dad cannot be a selfish person. According to a new study, the proportion of lung damage in boys and girls who grow up exposed to second-hand smoke is 1:6, and the degree of negative impact on lung function in girls is six times that of boys. If you have a daughter in your family, you can’t bring cigarettes into your family life that day.
1、 How scary is second-hand smoke?
Secondhand smoke, also known as environmental tobacco smoke, includes both the mainstream smoke emitted by smokers and the side flow smoke directly emitted from paper cigarettes, cigars, or pipes, which refers to the gas exhaled by smokers and the smoke generated during the combustion of the cigarette itself. Secondhand smoke contains over 4000 substances, including over 40 carcinogens. If inhaled by non-smokers, it may also mix with the decay products of radon gas, causing greater harm to human health.
What are the substances in second-hand smoke that can harm babies so seriously? I will now promote them to parents. The harmful substances produced by cigarette lighting can be roughly divided into four categories:
(1) Aldehydes, nitrides, and alkenes, which have irritating effects on the respiratory tract;
(2) Nicotine can stimulate the sympathetic nervous system, making smokers dependent;
(3) Phenolic compounds and formaldehyde, which have the effect of accelerating cancer transformation;
(4) Carbon monoxide can reduce the ability of red blood cells to transport oxygen throughout the body.
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Page 2: Secondhand smoke can cause sudden infant death
Page 3: Secondhand smoke can cause asthma in babies
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